Samsung started sending an official update for its terminals Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A7 (2018), with the September 2019 security patch; which implements a series of corrections in the Android system and in the company's software.
Recall that the South Korean brand recently detailed this most recent security maintenance; after which, the ships badges Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ they were the first to obtain it, followed by Galaxy Note 8. Now, these other two devices join the list and we will see their details.
September patch for Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A7 (2018)
Usually, Samsung display your security updates in order of prestige; that is, it starts with its high-end models and from there it goes down according to the devices. But here we see that it did not happen, because the Galaxy S10 (for example) have not yet obtained the update.
However, it is not uncommon for those in Seoul to do this, and now we see how the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A7 of 2018 are being placed among the first smartphones in receiving the update In some markets.
That way, we have the September 2019 security patch for the Galaxy A7 (2018) it has already started sending to users of Russia and Spain. While updating the Galaxy A30 it has been extended by Latin America, and was detected in Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guatemala and Mexico.
It should be noted that this update does not bring more than security improvements, but they are important improvements. According to the signature report, the September 2019 security patch implements corrections for four Critical vulnerabilities and a dozen high and moderate risk Android and patches for 17 vulnerabilities of Samsung software.
How to update the device?
It is worth mentioning that this update of September 2019 security patch, is an official OTA; therefore, if you own a Samsung Galaxy A30 or a Galaxy A7 (2018), At any time you will receive a notification on your device.
However, you can also check manually If the software is already enabled for you through the following steps:
- Enter to Configurations.
- Go to About of the phone.
- Choose Software update.
- Click on Download updates manually.
But if after performing these steps you still can't find the update, wait a bit for it to arrive; well remember that you are OTA updates (Over The Air) is deployed worldwide gradually.
Source | sammobile
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